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New Paintings on the Streets of Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Seoul by Pejac

July 8, 2015

Christopher Jobson

…Spanish street artist Pejac Pejac (previously) recently toured Asia with stops in Hong Kong, Seoul, and Tokyo where he created a number of murals and temporary installations that incorporate cultural references meant both as praise and critique. You can see several additional pieces posted on his website. (via Street Art Utopia)…

 

 



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Trompe-l’œil Window and Keyhole Illusions on the Streets of Istanbul by Pejac

October 20, 2014

Christopher Jobson

Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Photo by Julian Santiago Spanish street artist Pejac (previously) just stopped by Istanbul where he painted three new trompe-l’œil pieces in the district of Uskudar titled Lock, Poster and Shutters. Painted with brushes, acrylic paint, pencils and sandpaper the works are located very close…

 

 



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Miniature Window Silhouettes Painted by ‘Pejac’ Interact with the Outside World

September 22, 2014

Christopher Jobson

Early last month, Spanish artist Pejac (previously) created a fun silhouette artwork commemorating the 40th anniversary of French high-wire walker Philippe Petit’s daring walk between the Twin Towers in New York. In Pejac’s version, a tightrope walker painted in black acrylic on an interior window is shown walking along an airplane contrail several miles away in the sky. The fun optical illusion caught the attention of Sasha…

 

 



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Humorous New Site-Specific Paintings on the Streets of Paris by Pejac

August 25, 2014

Christopher Jobson

Street artist Pejac (previously) was recently in Paris where he created at least three new works almost guaranteed to make you smile. The first appears to be a figure throwing a water balloon at a wall, but on closer inspection the giant splat contains a painting of Manet’s famous The Luncheon on the Grass. The second involves a pair of children who appear to be burning ants with a magnifying glass in a spot of sunlight, but once viewed…

 

 



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The Subtractive Canvases and Street Art of Pejac

May 13, 2014

Christopher Jobson

Equally versatile in medium, canvas, and subject matter, Spanish artist Pejac seems comfortable working on the smallest drawing to the largest outdoor mural. While his ideas and motivations are often crystal clear, it is his minimalism and subtractive techniques that make his work truly stand out. His figures are often rendered only in silhouette or fine lines and familiar patterns like bricks or the folds of the human brain are transformed…

 

 



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Subtractive Street Art by Pejac on the Streets of Spain

June 18, 2013

Christopher Jobson

…Really digging this subtractive piece by Pejac. You can see much more of this piece as well as an archive of earlier works on his website. (via street art utopia)…